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, along with five other tech leaders, agreed to a new deal on privacy policies pertaining to mobile applications. (Nasdaq: GOOG)
underdelivers on earnings, but a backlog of drilling contracts should help the company as the industry suffers from a glut of ships and weak pricing. (Nasdaq: DRYS)
gets support from an FDA panel for its new prescription weight-loss drug, Qnexa, which could lead to full FDA approval for the drug. (Nasdaq: VVUS)
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